Underdogs had another winning week, going 9-7 against the spread on the second slate of NFL games for the 2019 season. Half of the underdogs Sunday can cover the spread if they simply lose by fewer than seven points.

Below are picks against the spread for every game in Week 3, as well as updated betting odds at Las Vegas and online sportsbooks. Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Tennessee Titans (-1.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

The road team has won against the spread and straight up on the first two Thursday nights of the season. That streak could continue with one of the league’s top defenses taking on an offense led by a rookie quarterback that scored only 12 points a few days ago. Tennessee is 5-1 against the spread in their last six meetings with Jacksonville.

Prediction ATS: Tennessee

Miami Dolphins (+21.5) at Dallas Cowboys

In two one-sided wins against bad teams, the Cowboys have won by 28 total points. Dallas’ defense is likely to give up a meaningless touchdown in the fourth quarter, something it did in both Week 1 and Week 2. Miami can’t play any worse than they have in their first two losses.

Prediction ATS: Miami

Denver Broncos (+7.5) at Green Bay Packers

Green Bay’s offense has looked less than spectacular in two games against good defenses. The trend will continue Sunday, though the gap between Aaron Rodgers and Joe Flacco is so large that Denver will be hard-pressed to win straight up.

Prediction ATS: Denver

Baltimore Ravens (+6.5) at Kansas City Chiefs

It’s hard to lay so many points against the Ravens when Lamar Jackson is playing like an MVP candidate. This should be a very high-scoring game between two of the AFC’s best teams. Baltimore is 5-1 against the spread in their last six road games.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

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Quarterback Lamar Jackson #8 of the Baltimore Ravens throws the ball in the second quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at M&T Bank Stadium on December 16, 2018 in Baltimore, Maryland. Todd Olszewski/Getty Images

Oakland Raiders (+8.5) at Minnesota Vikings

After a rough game in Green Bay, Kirk Cousins will bounce back in a situation where he shines: playing at home against a bad team. Cousins and the Vikings went 7-1-1 against teams that missed the playoffs last season. Four of Minnesota’s last five home wins have come by double digits.

Prediction ATS: Minnesota

Cincinnati Bengals (+6) at Buffalo Bills

The Bills just took care of business against two bad teams on the road. They’ll do the same at home when they face the worst team in the AFC North. The Bengals rank 30th in the NFL in net yards per play, according to OddsShark.

Prediction ATS: Buffalo

Atlanta Falcons (+2) at Indianapolis Colts

Coming off a big win at home against the Eagles, this certainly feels like a game the Falcons typically lose. The Colts have made big plays down the stretch of their contests, nearly starting the season 2-0. If Sunday’s game is close in the fourth quarter, Indianapolis is the best bet to execute and pull out a victory.

Prediction ATS: Indianapolis

New York Jets (+22.5) at New England Patriots

The Patriots have beaten the Jets by at least 20 points in each of their last three meetings at Gillette Stadium. With New York down to their third-string quarterback and New England looking like an even better team than the one that beat the Rams in the Super Bowl, the defending champions could very well start 2019 with three consecutive wins by at least 30 points.

Prediction ATS: New England

Detroit Lions (+6.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles are way too banged up to be laying nearly a touchdown at home. Philadelphia canceled practice Wednesday because of all their injuries. Detroit has a pretty good defense that could make this a close, low-scoring game.

Prediction ATS: Detroit

Carolina Panthers (+1) at Arizona Cardinals

This point spread comes from FanDuel since most other sportsbooks don’t have a betting line in light of Cam Newton missing practice. Arizona is probably better than most think, and the Cardinals would be the right play even if Newton were healthy.

Prediction ATS: Arizona

New York Giants (+6.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay’s defense looks much improved under defensive coordinator Todd Bowles. Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones will make his first start, potentially without New York’s two best receivers. Jameis Winston will carve up the NFC’s worst defense.

Prediction ATS: Tampa Bay

Houston Texans (+3) at Los Angeles Chargers

The Texans still aren’t doing a good job of protecting Deshaun Watson. That could mean trouble against Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa. Don’t expect the Chargers to blow Sunday’s game like they did in Week 2 against Detroit.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

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Quarterback Philip Rivers #17 of the Los Angeles Chargers waves to Kansas City Chiefs fans after the Chargers defeated the Chiefs with a final score of 29-28 to win the game at Arrowhead Stadium on December 13, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri. Peter Aiken/Getty Images

New Orleans Saints (+4.5) at Seattle Seahawks

Don’t underestimate just how valuable Drew Brees is to this offense. Teddy Bridgewater hasn’t exactly lit up opposing defenses when he’s gotten playing time with the Saints. New Orleans would’ve had a hard enough time winning in Seattle if their future Hall of Fame quarterback didn’t get hurt.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Pittsburgh Steelers (+6.5) at San Francisco 49ers

Don’t give up on the Steelers just yet. Maybe they won’t be going to the playoffs, but they aren’t close to being one of the league’s worst teams. Pittsburgh's offense has actually performed it’s best with Mason Rudolph at quarterback in 2019. San Francisco hasn’t proven enough against good competition just yet to bet them as a touchdown favorite.

Prediction ATS: Pittsburgh

Los Angeles Rams (-3) at Cleveland Browns

If the Rams’ offense performs the way it has over the first two weeks, Los Angeles is going to suffer their first loss of the season. Myles Garrett and Cleveland’s pass rush could have success against a Rams’ offensive line that has struggled. Baker Mayfield will have his best game of the young season when the Browns play at home in primetime.

Prediction ATS: Cleveland

Chicago Bears (-4) at Washington Redskins

We’ve seen enough to know you shouldn’t trust Mitchell Trubisky as a road favorite, especially when his team is laying more than a field goal. The over/under on total touchdowns in this game shouldn’t be more than four.

Prediction ATS: Washington

Season Record: 13-19